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US Supreme Court SAS ruling: a ‘mess’ for IPRs


Limiting the discretion of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board in relation to inter partes reviews is a game-changing decision which creates a procedural “mess”, one lawyer has claimed.

Michael Best bulks up IP practice

US25-04-2018Movers & Shakers

Michael Best & Friedrich has welcomed two new additions to its IP practice group in Raleigh, North Carolina.

SCOTUS Oil States decision may raise more challenges to IPR: lawyers


The US Supreme Court yesterday confirmed that inter partes reviews do not violate the US Constitution, but lawyers have told WIPR that more challenges to the IPR should be expected.

SCOTUS: PTAB must assess all challenged claims in IPRs


In a much-awaited judgment the US Supreme Court has confirmed that the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) cannot choose to review only some challenged claims in an inter partes review—it must assess them all.

US Supreme Court holds IPRs to be constitutional


Inter partes reviews do not violate the US Constitution and the Patent Trial and Appeal Board has authority to invalidate patents.

Mewburn Ellis appoints partner and expands Munich office

Germany, UK24-04-2018Movers & Shakers

Mewburn Ellis has appointed Paul Dunne, a patent attorney in the firm’s Bristol office, as partner.

Victory for Broadcom as Fed Circuit affirms invalidation of internet patents


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has upheld decisions by the US Patent and Trademark Office which invalidated three internet technology patents at the request of Broadcom.

Cole Schotz adds special counsel to IP team

US23-04-2018Movers & Shakers

Cole Schotz has appointed special counsel Marcella Bodner to its New Jersey office, continuing its efforts to expand its IP department.

Rouse appoints head of patent strategy in China

China20-04-2018Movers & Shakers

Rouse has appointed Tim Jackson as head of its patent strategy and development department.

USPTO proposes new guidance on Mayo-Alice framework

US20-04-2018Patent News

The US Patent and Trademark Office has proposed new guidance on the second step of the Mayo-Alice framework, which is focused on subject matter eligibility.

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